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Since its beginning, The United Nations Children''s Fund (UNICEF)  has strived to reach as many children as possible with effective, low-cost solutions to counter the biggest threats to their survival. UNICEF also consistently urges governments and warring parties to act more effectively to protect children.

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Holly thank you for the link in your paper to 8775 The other half of gender: Are humanitarians blind to the vulnerabilities of male refugees? 8776 by Thea Hilhorst.
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Dorothea Hilhorst is Professor of Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction at the international Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University.

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Fassin, Didier. 7565. “Inequality of Lives, Hierarchies of Humanity: Moral Commitments and Ethical Dilemmas of Humanitarianism.” In  In the Name of Humanity: The Government of Threat and Care , ed. Ilana Feldman and Miriam Ticktin, ch. 9, pp. 788-755. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Encourage men to stand for their wifes their mothers their sisters for in all communities women are the foundation and when the clouds and mist are removed majority of men truely believe that women are not only equal but absolutely important for their well being. Men are becouse women are Ubuntu saying that we are becouse they are give men a chance to stand up for their girls sisters and mothers.

Unfortunately, the author’s provocative argument and interesting focus are weakened in parts by the unevenness of its structure, and a non-historical approach to a historical topic. Perhaps inevitably given his research background, Barnett’s history of humanitarianism is not methodologically grounded in history. While the focus on humanitarian ‘ages’ laudably traces the origins of humanitarianism long before the common international relations starting point of the 6995s or even the 6995s, the emphasis still remains on these later periods. Split into three sections, the first age covers roughly 675 years in 95 pages the second, roughly 99 years in 66 pages and the third, 75 years in 58 pages.

The World Food Programme (WFP)  provides relief to millions of people, who are victims of disasters. It is responsible for mobilizing food and funds for transport for all large-scale refugee-feeding operations managed by UNHCR.

First, humanitarianism sets up a distinction between innocent and guilty, leaving no space for the experiences of life. The quintessential humanitarian victims bear no responsibility for their suffering. Their innocence is what qualifies them for humanitarian compassion. As innocents, they are pure, without guile, and without intent they are seemingly outside politics and certainly outside blame for their misfortune. Yet who are these perfect victims?

The book is split into three main sections, with an introduction and a first chapter preceding, and a conclusion following, the ten main chapters. The book splits the history of humanitarianism into three ‘ages’ (and three corresponding sections): the first, ‘imperial humanitarianism’, from the late 68th century to the end of the Second World War the second, ‘neo humanitarianism’, from the end of the Second World War to the end of the Cold War and third, ‘liberal humanitarianism’, from the end of the Cold War to the present. First, the differences between ‘alchemical’ and ‘emergency’ humanitarianism are emphasised.

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